Phuck Yo Remorse: Did Rihanna Burn Up An Apology Letter She Got From Breezy On New Year’s Eve?

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“Oh nah, nah, up in flames…”

Did Rihanna Burn Up Apology Letter From Chris Brown?

Former long-time lovers Chris Brown and Rihanna seem to have ended their toxic relationship for good after their break up earlier this summer and a new report about part of Rih’s alleged NYE festivities suggest that she’s definitely not looking back.

via Hollywood Life

Whatever was left of Rihanna and Chris Brown‘s relationship just went up in smoke. A source close to the Unapologetic singer told HollywoodLife.com exclusively that after Chris’ most recent attempt at apologizing, RiRi made it clear that he was out of her life for good.

Chris sent Rihanna a letter on New Year’s Eve, “where he said he was sorry and that he would never hurt her,” but the apology was clearly too little, too late.

“She put Chris to bed last year for good,” the source said. And Rihanna, never one to shy away from a little strong symbolism, decided to make that clear one night while partying with friends:

As they smoked, Rihanna pulled out this fake ass letter. She put it in the middle of the bed on top of a big candle-holder, and put her burnt ashes on it. They all started to put ashes on that letter until it burned. Rihanna said, “good riddance,” and continued to entertain her guests.

“She wants to have a happy, stress-free year,” another source told HollywoodLife.com exclusively. “And she’s done with bulls**t from the men in her life. She’s over games.”

Hmmmm. We wouldn’t totally put something like this past Chris in his ploy to make things right or Rihanna in her frustration with him, especially given the fact that Breezy runs back to Karrueche every time they’ve called it quits but…. who knows.

Do you think there’s any truth to this, Bossip fam?

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